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"With grit, honesty, and humor.Their engrossing tale of friendship celebrates the importance of having a confidante." -- More Magazine, HOT SUMMER READS "Filled with.concerns about love, work, men, marriage and motherhood.that could be a favorite of women's reading groups." -- Kirkus Reviews "The Bach Minuet of memoirs.two vastly different stories.woven into the other to form a single, gorgeous melody." -- Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of Shutterbabe and the forthcoming Suicide Wood "Rich tales.A unique window into modern women's quest for meaning and calm in an ever more chaotic world." -- Gwendolyn Bounds, author of Little Chapel on the River: A Pub, A Town, and the Search for What Matte "Their book.pays tribute to the advances that feminism brought.and to the enduring value of female friendship. -- Publishers Weekly "Filled with...concerns about love, work, men, marriage and motherhood...that could be a favorite of women's reading groups."--Kirkus Reviews "Their book...pays tribute to the advances that feminism brought...and to the enduring value of female friendship.--Publishers Weekly "Sometimes the most unlikely people become best friends...a wonderful book."--CBS This Morning "Dateline NBC's Sara James and her great friend Ginger Mauney have mastered the art of staying connected."--Today Show "Rich tales...A unique window into modern women's quest for meaning and calm in an ever more chaotic world."--Gwendolyn Bounds, author of Little Chapel on the River: A Pub, A Town, and the Search for What Matters Most "Two great friends, two fascinating individual stories, and a memoir that reads like a novel..."--Lian Dolan, author of Satellite Sisters' UnCommon Senses "The Bach Minuet of memoirs...two vastly different stories...woven into the other to form a single, gorgeous melody."--Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of Shutterbabe and the forthcoming Suicide Wood "An honest, funny, often wrenching memoir that follows childhood friends...as they...withstand the ups and downs of marriage and kids."--Parenting Magazine "With grit, honesty, and humor...Their engrossing tale of friendship celebrates the importance of having a confidante."--More Magazine, HOT SUMMER READS "James and Mauney write about their friendship . . . in a way that will leave you saying 'Me too.'"--Richmond Times-Dispatch James and Mauney write about their friendship . . . in a way that will leave you saying Me too. --Richmond Times-Dispatch" Their book pays tribute to the advances that feminism brought and to the enduring value of female friendship.--Publishers Weekly" Filled with concerns about love, work, men, marriage and motherhood that could be a favorite of women s reading groups. --Kirkus Reviews" Two great friends, two fascinating individual stories, and a memoir that reads like a novel --Lian Dolan, author of Satellite Sisters' UnCommon Senses" Rich tales A unique window into modern women s quest for meaning and calm in an ever more chaotic world. --Gwendolyn Bounds, author of Little Chapel on the River: A Pub, A Town, and the Search for What Matters Most" The Bach Minuet of memoirs two vastly different stories woven into the other to form a single, gorgeous melody. --Deborah Copaken Kogan, author of Shutterbabe and the forthcoming Suicide Wood" With grit, honesty, and humor Their engrossing tale of friendship celebrates the importance of having a confidante. --More Magazine, HOT SUMMER READS" An honest, funny, often wrenching memoir that follows childhood friends as they withstand the ups and downs of marriage and kids. --Parenting Magazine" Dateline NBC s Sara James and her great friend Ginger Mauney have mastered the art of staying connected. --Today Show" Sometimes the most unlikely people become best friends a wonderful book. --CBS This Morning"

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